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Computer Assistive Technology

Joe Barnick was born with spinal muscular atrophy and cannot use a keyboard or mouse, yet thanks to assistive technology he can use his computer to do all th.

Battery Interrupters    Adapt your own toys, radios, devices!  This handy interrupter allows you to use any of our switches with battery operated unadapted toys or devices. The Battery Interrupter is easy to install. Works with most battery operated devices that have an on/off switch.

Battery interrupters-you can buy these or make them yourself to convert your own battery opperated toys into switch capability toys

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One of many great free stock photos from Pexels. This photo is about screen, technology, work.

Using a plastic ring on a mouse can help those with motor difficulties use a computer mouse. These can be store bought or as a DIY project using a regular computer mouse, hot glue and a plastic or metal inexpensive ring. The computer mouse can be taken and used on any computer with a USB or computer mouse plug.

Mike LaManna designed something to allow children with cognitive and physical disabilities keep their fingers properly positioned on a computer mouse to point and click. He simply glued a party ring to the clicker.

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Assistive Technology Gadgets That Could Change Your Life

Assistive Technology: infographic-assistive technology gadgets that could change your life.

Assistive technology helps the blind and visually impaired

Medium Technology that helps children that are blind. Assistive technology helps the blind and visually impaired

low cost adapted book/ipad stand (I added felt to the front of mine so I could velcro things to it for instructional purposes)

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Rhonda has cerebral palsy and she talks about the assistive devices she uses like what she uses to walk and to eat.

Rhonda has cerebral palsy and she talks about the assistive devices she uses like what she uses to walk and to eat.

Video of assistive technology assessment for individuals who are blind or visually impaired

Assistive technology assessment for students with special needs, including those who are blind or who have low vision, as well as those with multiple disabilities

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